Mexico fans trigger earthquake sensors with World Cup celebrations

After Mexico scored the first goal against defending World Cup champions Germany, fans set off two earthquake sensors in the city.
0:38 | 06/18/18

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Now we're gonna go to Mexico literal bird shaking performance at the World Cup. Fans in Mexico City cherry so hardened their team scored its first goal they set off to earthquake centered than defending. I grabbed it gets people get a they did ads it. Fans had a right to go and that people turned out to be the only one scored in the bad it would so big because Mexico upset Germany who. Move on the kids the chance. That's a tonight. Jeremy outcome might go to our report but I do think it out more than one of the weather service office and you talk to your room with. Is not Soes solve what it was breaking graduate is an absolutely nettleton there.

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